|Subject:||RE: Sun4m with V8 extensions|
|Date:||Tue, 1 Jun 2021 20:18:41 +0000|
Unfortunately I know of no way to do this. They simply haven’t been able to finish the sun4u code to properly boot any version of Solaris, and that is necessary to use a 32-bit binary with V8 extensions. I think they could probably be induced to do so with a corporate sponsorship however.
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I am running a SPARC Solaris 5.9 qemu to support a licensing server, but the software uses V8 extensions to the 4m instruction set. As I am using the default machine and cpu for qemu-system-sparc, it doesn’t include those extensions.
My question is what machine/cpu combination should I use to achieve this?
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